Avis d'employé sur Extendicare
An excellent place to work
i worked in the communications department at Extendicare as a contract employee. My manager and co-workers were eager to learn and to help me succeed in my role. Despite the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 virus, our team worked well together and played a significant role in communicating the measures Extendicare has taken to protect its staff and residents. I would highly recommend this organization.
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Good co-workers, making a difference, feeling appreciated.
Occasional weekend work.
Patient safety huge concern. No job security, as a manager I was constantly defending my staff. Upper management all about the money no concern for how staff were treated. Let go of management and trained staff because of the cost. Untrained staff doing unsafe care. As a nurse and a manager I was afraid of risking my professional license. Glad to no longer be working there! Loved my co-workers, staff and residents!
Residents and staff
Upper management and low staff to residents ratio
Réponse officielle de Extendicare28 janvier 2021
Our team takes feedback seriously and we welcome any concerns raised by employees. Our frontline workers are very important to us and are the backbone of our organization. We are fortunate to have team members who care deeply for our clients. We encourage you to share comments, suggestion or feedback with your supervisors. We take your viewpoint seriously and have regularly implemented new procedures aimed at improving our service to residents and their families. You can reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss further the steps we are taking. Thank you.
I worked at Chelsey Park for a while as a manager. Upper management is/was horrible. I spent most of my time defending my employees from horrendous decisions made without my consultation. Management meetings were spent sitting around a table with a bunch of old outdated people with no clue what it’s like to live and work in the 21st century.